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Posts From Aviva Abusch

Something Fishy About Estrogen: Zebrafish Model Offers New Perspectives for Autism

Something Fishy About Estrogen: Zebrafish Model Offers New Perspectives for Autism

🕔14:27, 17.Jul 2016

Yale researchers use zebrafish to uncover a surprising relationship between autism and estrogen.

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The Bugs and the Bees: How viruses bridged the gap between bees and butterflies

The Bugs and the Bees: How viruses bridged the gap between bees and butterflies

🕔12:43, 5.Feb 2016

What eats leaves, transforms into a butterfly, and contains wasp genes in its genome? Discover exactly how the caterpillar became a natural GMO and why modern technology is changing the face of evolutionary research.

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Who Lives on a Dry Surface Under the Sea?

Who Lives on a Dry Surface Under the Sea?

🕔14:43, 4.Nov 2015

What if rain gear was scientifically incapable of getting wet, and was actually able to repel water? Researchers at Northwestern University are exploring this question as they work to develop a material that stays dry underwater.

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Undergraduate Profile: Genevieve Fowler ’16

Undergraduate Profile: Genevieve Fowler ’16

🕔19:58, 29.Mar 2015

Throughout her time at Yale, mechanical engineering major Genevieve Fowler ’16 has not only made her technological impact on the engineering world, but has exemplified the spirit of enthusiasm and creativity that is needed to be a successful STEM student.

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“A Little Birdy Told Me…”: Using Twitter to Track the Flu

“A Little Birdy Told Me…”: Using Twitter to Track the Flu

🕔04:44, 26.Nov 2014

The temperature in New Haven is dropping, and, as happens every year, influenza will soon begin to spread. Tracking and predicting the magnitude of the flu’s progress using the internet has been a point of growing interest for years. By

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